The

DVD story just won't go away. Yesterday it caught up two city police officers mentioned by name in the DVD—William A. King and Antonio L. Murray—who were

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and charged with robbing drug dealers and selling confiscated drugs. No word, however, on why it took so long to arrest these guys, who were said to be "in the game" on the DVD.

Meanwhile,

takes advantage of

SS

's reappearance on the scene and takes to the city streets to

with NBA/DVD star/Baltimore native

. Needless to say,

was not invited. And in its coverage,

The Sun

made the upcoming Ehrlich/O'Malley gubernatorial battle the focus of this

(complete with spokesperson snippy back-and-forths), which might be the proper approach, since, really, is a media campaign gonna stop a decades-long entrenched culture? The

Post

, on the other hand, noted the mayor's absence, but

, while

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The Washington Times

that part of the story entirely.

Since 'Melo is involved, so is the

Sun

's Sports department; columnist David Steele

with his opinion: something about Anthony making it "right for himself" after screwing up by appearing in

SS

.

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